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  • No - PEDs should not be banned

    "Should Performance Enhancing Drugs be Allowed" is a very broad question. I will state my opinion as if it meant society at-large rather than specifically professional sports organization.
    I will also assume "allowed" means one could simply walk into a drugstore as if one would buy Asprin or Aleve without needing a doctor's permission to use a drug.

    One reason why PEDs should not be banned is that they are no where near as dangerous as most mainstream media outlets say they are. A significant number of PEDs are beneficial to a person's health provided the dosage is not too high. For example, An elderly person too weak to roll out of bed would benefit from taking some types of steroids.

    The current PED ban is a contributing factor to the current obesity crisis. Numerous land-whales would benefit from taking some PEDs to help lose weight.

    PEDs also make genetics less important in athletic success.

    Proper and fair education in its usage is what is best for society at this point in time.

  • Health risks are fake

    A common misconception is that performance-enhancing drugs are unhealthy and are dangerous to use but they are actually safer than a lot of pharmaceutical drugs. Deaths are very uncommon and only occur if used irresponsibly and outside of safety guidelines. This may seem bad but the music legend Michael Jackson died from an overdose of medicine and there are 10 deaths a day from to much water. The point is performance enhancing drugs are not dangerous if used correctly just like anything.

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    PEDs should be legal They should be legal because it would make the game a whole lot better. It would be fun to watch because there would be more home runs and that might make people come to the games more and increase income. Also it would be more far to the people that don't have as much power or are not as good as others.
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    Bananas and isotonic drinks. Performance enhancing drugs are banned as they increase the athlete’s playing ability, which is not accurate. However, athletes are allowed to consume bananas and isotonic drinks, which also serve to increase their playing ability. If that is the case, why aren’t bananas and isotonic drinks classified as performance enhancing drugs and therefore banned?

    If performance enhancing drugs were allowed, not only would the playing field be levelled, it would be at a higher level, A huge part of watching sports is witnessing the very peak of human athletic ability, and legalizing performance enhancing drugs would help athletes climb even higher. Steroids and doping will help pitchers to throw harder, home runs to go further, cyclists to charge for longer and sprinters to test the very limits of human speed.
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    If the sports league wants to allow it This should be the business of private companies to decide for themselves. That the public doesn't respect steroid use is enough incentive for them to continue to ban performance-enhancing drugs. But if someone wants to create leagues with other rules that should be fine. In fact what would likely happen is different leagues would have various different rules. In that way sports leagues would in addition to entertainment functions perform laboratory functions as over time we'll be able to see the effects that drugs have on athletes. If the problem ever gets too bad then maybe it's time to ban them again or if not that then to impose certain new restrictions but that's how public policy is supposed to work. Instead of just assuming an answer to be right from the outset we should experiment and see what happens and then adjust for what happens.
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  • Make sports fair

    The Use Of Drugs In Sports Is Not Unfair; It Promotes Equality.

    In terms of sports, the perception that everyone has the same chance at winning is totally ridiculous. The playing field in’t level, it has never been. Athletes in developed communities have a greater advantage over athletes in less developed communities because they have more funding, sports institutions, and easy access to health care. Is that fair?



    And let’s not forget that there are some people who are born with genetic advantages. Take for instance Euro Mantra, a Finish skier and a multiple Olympic champion. In 1960-1972 Winter Olympics, Mantra won seven medals in total, making him one of the best in the field of skiing. But later, scientists found he had a gene mutation – that he naturally had more red blood cells than others, which measured at up to 65 percent above the average. Imagine that? Mantra’s niece and nephew, Elli and Perot, have also found to have gene mutation, which gave them an advantage to win in relays at Olympics.



    The ability to perform well in competition is connected with the ability of the body to deliver oxygen to muscles. As we know, oxygen is carried by red bloods cells. Therefore, the more red blood cells the body has, the more oxygen is delivered to muscles. This in turn, improves an athlete’s performance.



    Well, there are various legal ways in order to improve your red blood cell count, such as undergoing blood transfusion and surgery, exercising, eating iron-rich food, and taking vitamins and iron-rich supplements. But all these sometimes produce low results and sometimes don’t work well, so athletes turn to other options, such as doping, to increase their red blood cell production easily. But as well all know, doping is illegal. Lawmakers and sports organizers make doping illegal because they think it makes the playing field uneven. But some athletes have high red blood cells by luck. Some competitors can afford to buy training equipment. Is that fair? Of course, it is not. Therefore, it is nonsensical to say that using drugs in sports is unfair. By allowing athletes to take pads, we’re giving all athletes an equal playing field.

  • PEDs should be legal

    They should be legal because it would make the game a whole lot better. It would be fun to watch because there would be more home runs and that might make people come to the games more and increase income. Also it would be more far to the people that don't have as much power or are not as good as others.

  • Bananas and isotonic drinks.

    Performance enhancing drugs are banned as they increase the athlete’s playing ability, which is not accurate. However, athletes are allowed to consume bananas and isotonic drinks, which also serve to increase their playing ability. If that is the case, why aren’t bananas and isotonic drinks classified as performance enhancing drugs and therefore banned?

    If performance enhancing drugs were allowed, not only would the playing field be levelled, it would be at a higher level, A huge part of watching sports is witnessing the very peak of human athletic ability, and legalizing performance enhancing drugs would help athletes climb even higher. Steroids and doping will help pitchers to throw harder, home runs to go further, cyclists to charge for longer and sprinters to test the very limits of human speed.

  • If the sports league wants to allow it

    This should be the business of private companies to decide for themselves. That the public doesn't respect steroid use is enough incentive for them to continue to ban performance-enhancing drugs. But if someone wants to create leagues with other rules that should be fine. In fact what would likely happen is different leagues would have various different rules. In that way sports leagues would in addition to entertainment functions perform laboratory functions as over time we'll be able to see the effects that drugs have on athletes. If the problem ever gets too bad then maybe it's time to ban them again or if not that then to impose certain new restrictions but that's how public policy is supposed to work. Instead of just assuming an answer to be right from the outset we should experiment and see what happens and then adjust for what happens.

  • Ruining the athlete

    Performance enhancing drugs might seem a good way to win a competition to an athlete in the short run. But in the long run, It ruins the health of the athlete using it. People gradually become aggressive and criminal minded. One should always remember that a sport is won only by one's efforts and not through cheating like using PEDs.

  • Health risk to players, Unfair advantage to those who don’t take the drug, Other players who don't want to will be pressured to take it.

    Taking performance enhancing drugs over a long period of time can pose as a health risk to the players. It can cause physical damage to the body such as liver, And kidney abnormalities, Tumors, High blood pressure, Heart and circulatory problems. It can also cause psychological damage such as depression, Increased rage, Aggression, And violence which can lead to and result in sexual and criminal behavior. The average age a professional athlete retires is about 33. It will be extremely difficult for these players stay playing their sport until that age with the risks of damage it does to them. The average time an athlete will retire will significantly decrease. This will ultimately lower the sales of tickets to games and the amount of people watching the games will decrease, Because people like to root for their favorite player. For example, When Michael Jordan retired, Many fans were devastated. Some didn’t even watch the next season due to the fact that their favourite player wasn't on the team. With more people taking drugs and the physical and psychological damage affecting them, Athletes will retire faster and people may stop watching games.

    To become a professional athlete it is extremely difficult. On average there is a 1 in 6007 chance of making it onto the team. Players that make it onto the team because of pure skill and ability. With new players deciding to take these performance enhancing drugs, It’s not fair to those who don’t take it and made the team on for their skill, Whereas the people making the team because of the drugs. If these players do well they will get a better pay than the others due to this drug.

    Even after they make the team it will affect the other players. During an interview with more than thirty professional athletes, Athletes stated “Whatever reservations you might have, No one wants to give up a competitive advantage, Especially to someone who might not be as talented or dedicated as you, But can get enough of an edge from drugs to beat you. ” This shows that no one wants for someone to have a competitive advantage over them. If some athletes don’t want want to take performance enhancing drugs because it goes against their beliefs, Whether it be their religion or they believe it will not be healthy for them, They will be pressured into taking it. As said before, No one wants another player, Whether it be on their on team or the opposing, To have a competitive advantage over them, So they may have to take the drug to even the playing field. Unfortunately it doesn’t end here though. Athletes take to drug to get a competitive advantage. With now everyone taking the drug whether they want to or not, This vicious cycle just gets bigger. The amount of the drug being taken will just increase and the end game will be an activity that is increasingly violent, Extreme and full of drug addicts.

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  • Drugs are for illness.

    Drugs should only be used to cure illness or alleviate pain. Using drugs to gain a competitive advantage would be a form of cheating, and run the risk of damaging the bodies of the athletes. Sport should be an activity for fun, but not at the expense of someone's health.

  • Athletes should be Role Models

    For many male high school athletes, pro athletes are major influences. They are the role models. They choose the jersey numbers of their favorite professional players. They emulate their training regimens. They emulate their style of play. And they are influenced by their drug use. When a professional athlete admits to using steroids, the message young athletes hear is not always the one that is intended. Young athletes often believe that steroid use by their role models gives them permission to use. That it is simply part of what one must do to become an elite athlete.

  • Anyone can be champion?

    I think we are most impressed watching sports when exceptionally talented people emerge. They seem to have been gifted physically and or mentally to a level beyond what has been seen previously, which makes them stand out from everyone else.
    It's incredible for us to see and we marvel in the atheletes talent and skill.
    If PEDs were allowed there would be hundreds of people smashing records every week. Ordinary atheletes would be acheiving things way beyond their natural abilities rendering new highs as fake as the chemicals used to reach them.

  • Performance enhancing drugs should not be used

    These drugs are used to make you better but it hurts your body all your doing is cheating your self if you want to get better do it by practicing harder and pushing your self to be the player you want to be without performance enhancing drugs.No matter the problem you should never use performance enhancing drugs.

  • No they shouldn't

    I do not think that performance enhancing drugs should be allowed. They are not natural. They make game play unfair. Also they are not good for people so this kind of drug use should not be encouraged or permitted. I think that things are much better when people work hard themselves to be good at something.

  • PED's should be banned

    PED's are cheating. They do not create fair competition. Healthy competition should be just that, since PED"s can have severe side effects. Athletes should be able to rely on their skill and training when they compete and not on PED's. They should be able to compete against others who are held to the same standards.

  • PEDs should be barred.

    Performance enhancing drugs should stay out of sports. I want to see natural people compete in these sports and maintain what integrity they can. Not to mention the fact that performance enhancing drugs being legal would cause a biological arms race in the game which would hurt players of the sports.


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